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Keep Your Dog Safe And Happy During Fireworks Season

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The RSPCA suggests that 62% of dogs show distress during fireworks. A quick poll of the Gudog team and we’re all in agreement: not one of us have a dog who likes them. While we have to admit we’re a fan of organised fireworks displays (sorrynotsorry, we like sparkly things), your pooch will have no […]

How To Keep Your Dog Safe This Halloween

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Here at HouseMyDog, we love any chance to get dressed up and eat our body weight in sweets, and Howl-oween is no exception. While we’re having fun, it can be a bit stressful for our pooches. Not only are there lots of lovely smelling treats around the house to gorge on, it’s also not often […]

10 Fruit And Vegetables For Your Dog

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To boost the overall health of your dog, you need to feed him or her a well-balanced diet. Fruit and vegetables for dogs is a must, as they contain lots of essential nutrients which will keep your pet healthy, and reduce the rate of regular illness treatment. Just as we take great care of the […]

7 Steps To Prepare For A Dog Walk

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Dreams do come true, you’re a dog walker, you can earn your money spending time outside with man’s best friend. It doesn’t get better than this! But before you two head off on daytime adventures, we’ve asked our most experienced dog walkers to help us create seven helpful tips that you should know. 1. Preparing […]

5 Things You Need To Know About The Shiba Inu

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The Shiba Inu is one of the most instantly recognisable dog breeds, with their small upright ears and the curly tail, many people say they look like foxes. But what do you really know about him? If you’re thinking about adopting a Shiba Inu into your family, you came to the right place. We collected […]

7 Steps to Prepare for a Dog Sitting Stay

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A furry friend is coming to stay! The next few days are going to be pawesome! But it’s important to make sure you have properly prepared for the responsibility of a guest dog. While every pup is unique our most experienced sitters have helped us compile a list of 7 steps that you should always […]

Dogs & babies

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  The arrival of a new baby changes the whole routine of a home. All parental efforts and attention are focused on child care. In the beginning, it can be very difficult for the dog to understand these changes, therefore, it is important to make this transition as easy as possible to avoid suffering and […]